We tested a hybrid Toyota Sienna for over 40,000 miles

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Ask any member of our staff, and they’ll tell you that minivans are the unsung heroes of the automotive world. They might even add that minivans are the ultimate enthusiast cars. Why? These owners actually use their vehicles for what they are made for. Otherwise, why would you buy one? Ego has no role in owning a van.

Consider our 40,000 mile test of this Cypress Green 2021 Toyota Siena as proof. He traveled across the country several times; it carried cargo and equipment; it served as a camera car on several photo and video shoots; and one of our staff even fitted him with a rooftop tent and took him on his honeymoon. The Sienna did all of this in relative comfort, and its hybrid powertrain produced significantly better fuel economy than other minivans we tested.

We cover all the details in this video, from interior comfort and functionality to maintenance costs and what winter driving was like. We also explain the disadvantages of installing a trailer hitch, including the reduced departure angle and how annoying rear-collision mitigation technology can be when you’ve installed a bike rack.

Yes, this video is late – we’re done our test a few months ago– but the blame for this lies solely with internal planning, as respect for the cult of the van remains unwavering.

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